2012 Sino-European Symposium on Environment and Health (SESEH 2012)
Galway, Ireland, August 20 - 25, 2012
Welcome to the website of 2012 Sino-European Symposium on Environment and Health (SESEH 2012)!
► Promoting Collaborations with China ◄
► 架设中国与世界沟通的桥梁 ◄
All Chinese, European and international experts are welcome to attend!
SESEH 2012 was successfully held at National University of Ireland, Galway!
SESEH 2014 will be held at Peking University in Summer 2014! Details to be announced!
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The 2012 Sino-European Symposium on Environment and Health (SESEH 2012) provides an internationally leading platform for interaction between scientists, consultants, and public servants engaged in the multi-disciplinary areas of environment and health. With the fast economic growth, the importance of environment and health is widely recognized in China, and China welcomes international experts for collaboration. This symposium provides an opportunity for a direct communication between experts from China and the rest of the world, and helps to foster and develop international collaborations with China, the 2nd largest economy of the world.
Galway, located in the west of Ireland, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and attracts more than 1 million international tourists annually. It is easily accessible, with frequent direct flights to and from several cities in the UK. There are also frequent air, train and bus connections with Dublin.
The conference venue is the campus of National University of Ireland, Galway, within walking distance of Galway’s city centre. The conference is co-organized by GIS Centre, Ryan Institute of NUI Galway (http://www.ryaninstitute.ie/facilities/gis-centre), The Geographical Society of China (www.gsc.org.cn) and Environmental Sciences Association of Ireland (ISAI, www.esaiweb.org), supported by Ryan Institute of NUI Galway (www.ryaninstitute.ie), Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH, www.segh.net), International Medical Geology Association (IMGA, www.medicalgeology.org), Geographical Society of Ireland (www.ucd.ie/gsi), Ireland Chinese Association of Environment, Resources & Energy (ICAERE, www.icaere.ie), National Centre for Geocomputation (ncg.nuim.ie), South China Institute of Environmental Sciences (http://www.scies.org/en) and Chinese Environmental Scholars & Professionals Network (http://www.cespn.net/english).